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Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals through Social and Solidarity Economy: Incremental versus Transformative Change

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In a context where an increasing number of governments are promoting policies that aim to support organizations and enterprises that make up the social and solidarity economy (SSE), this paper assesses the effectiveness of such support. It does so from the perspective of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), by considering whether the uptake of the SSE agenda by governments can scale up and enable SSE in ways conducive to realizing the ‘transformational vision’ of the SDGs.

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Local implementation of the SDGs & the New Urban Agenda - towards a Swedish national urban policy

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Concept notes and papers

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